Anti-Vigilante and the Rips in Time

Di at Cafe Culture2Would you like to escape but don’t have the money for a vacation this year? Escape to the brave new world of Terrax, where your first mistake could be your last!

Diane Tegarden’s newest release “Anti-Vigilante and The Rips in Time” is a science fiction novel set in the distant future with its hooks deep into renewable energy that changes the face of the planet. Here is a synopsis of the book…..

“Terrax, the Crystal Planet, is an exacting world. A place where human physical contact is impossible and stepping outside is virtual suicide. The atmosphere is a hurricane of Coriolis winds and deadly scattershowers, composed of toxic metals formed into whip-like threads kilometers long. Immense Ocean Domes cover over the toxic sludge where the oceans used to be, and the surface of Terrax is covered in crystalline structures, called the Hives, where only the upper crust lives. No one can survive the raw elements; all must reside inside buildings, vicariously living through virtual reality programming.

To believe the tales of “Olde Earth”, a place where clean water flowed from the sky, where the outdoor air was breathable and edible food grew out of the ground? These were no more than nestling’s stories, ancient mythology from a distant Time.  Until the Rips in Time occurred……

What happens next changes Terrax forever.”

You can find “Anti-Vigilante and the Rips in Time” at Barnes and at: or on at: today!!

13 thoughts on “Anti-Vigilante and the Rips in Time

  1. I can certainly see your expertise within the work you write. This sci-fi fan hopes for even more passionate writers such
    as you who are not afraid to say how they believe. At all times go after your heart.

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